A new accelerator Mass Spectrometry System for 14C-quantification of Biochemical Samples
A compact accelerator mass spectrometry (AMS) system that meets our requirements for View the MathML source-quantification of biochemical samples is described. The spectrometer occupies approximately 5 m2 of floor space and can measure >300 samples per day with 3% precision. A long diffuse gas cell is used to destroy interfering molecules and to charge exchange injected negative ions. System sensitivity is <1 amol View the MathML source/mg carbon on milligram-sized samples with a dynamic range that extends over 4 orders magnitude. All components, with the exception of the ion source, are commercially available and the system operates reliably with low maintenance.
Repository citation: Ognibene, Ted J.; Bench, Graham; Brown, Tom A.; Peaslee, Graham F.; and Vogel, John S., "A new accelerator Mass Spectrometry System for 14C-quantification of Biochemical Samples" (2002). Faculty Publications. Paper 1211.
Published in: International Journal of Mass Spectrometry, Volume 218, Issue 3, July 15, 2002, pages 255-264. Copyright © 2002 Elsevier.
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